Sketch Book Drawings
Sketch book s were something which when you are studying, your are frequently reminded by lecturers are as important as completed artwork.
When I was younger, I was quite into keeping sketchbooks but when I returned to painting around 2005 I started to work directly on canvas, often without developing ideas in a sketchbook. As the years have progressed, I have been developing sketchbooks again. Mainly for idea development. Most of the ideas contained within these sketchbooks are in the form of doodles and scribbles and there is sometimes quite a bit of writing. I believe I am quite a “wordy” person and I tend to jot notes, words and titles of possible artworks down in addition to drawing inside sketchbooks.
During the past few weeks I have been filling my sketch book with all sorts of things and the image shown, I though might be worth exhibiting on the blog just show some of the unhidden art that goes on at Studio 107.
This piece may or may not become a completed artwork, as yet, I don’t know. It is not intended to be a “spiritual” artwork as such although I could see that people may think it is. It is more to do with watchign our loved ones when they are sleeping.